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which certification is HOT( xml or Websphere) .pls vote

 
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Let me tell u main aim is to improve my market value i am 4 year experiance in J2EE & Web.
I have completed SCJP2 & SCWCD-J2EE.
I am want to talk up an ceritifcation which would complement my other certifications.
These are my choice which do would most of you recommend.
1) IBM 's XML Cert (141)
2) IBM 's Websphere app server.
3) IBM's or jCert 's Enterprise connectivity for J2EE..
if you feel some others cert. would be better let me know.....
Thanks in advance....
Jawahar lal
 
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My vote is for XML.
 
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hi,
My vote goes for Websphere.But i myself prefer to do websphere first and then might go for XML too in extra time.
 
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